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Top Dead Center--Ed's Exit


Published May 13, 2005


The Harder They Come, Promised Land, Sugaree, Feel Like a Stranger, I Shall Be Released, US Blues, Catfish John, Mexicali Blues, Jack Straw, Mr Charlie, Black Peter, Friend of the Devil, Loose Lucy, Mississippi Halfstep, CC Rider, Doin That Rag, Same Thing, Cryptical->The Other One->Cryptical Reprise, Terrapin, Big River, Alligator->Good Lovin', Cold Rain and Snow, Drums, Not Fade Away->Stella Blue->Eyes of the World

Recorded May 13, 2004 (mostly) at Berkys Bar, Tucson, Arizona. This recording is deadicated to Ed the Balloon Man.

Recording & Production MSG (live); Michael Begala (digital transfer); SJohn Gatty (final product & packaging); Randy Clamons (MP3 conversion)


Source Mini-Disc->CD (analog)->MP3
Run time 03:20:24
Label / Recorded by MSG

Notes

Recorder live at Berkys Bar 5/13/2004 except:
The Harder They Come - 10/09/2003
Alligator->Good Lovin' - 03/24/2004
Cold Rain And Snow - 07/15/2004
Not Fade Away->Stella Blue->Eyes Of The World - 07/22/2004

Thanks be to :
Kevin and Adon at KXCI, (Tucson, AZ);
Berky, G, Kelly and Bonnie from Berkys;
Jessica at the Bashful Bandit;
the Abbies & all the rest of our friends who come to our shows;
The Drifters, Swampbox, Killer Phils, Warhorse(r.i.p), Xtra Ticket, and of course the Grateful Dead;
Tom from The Wayback Machine;
Mitch C;
Everybody's significant others;
Everybody's dogs and cats;
and everybody who I forgot (sorry folks, catch you on the next cd)

Contact: TopDeadCenterAZ@cox.net

PERSONNEL:
Michael Begala - Guitar, Vocals
Randy Clamons - Guitar, Vocals
John "SJohn" Gatty - Keyboards, Vocals
Rich Warnier - Bas (except tracks 1,23,24,26,27,28,29)
Brian Barbarisi - Drums, Percussion
Ray X. Clamons - Drums, Percussion
The Mystery Sound Guy (MSG) - Sound Reinforcement
Rev. John "JW" Walton - Bass (tracks 1,23,24,26,27,28,29)
Linda Lou Reed - Vocals (tracks 7,8,9)

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Reviewer: wbsultant - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 22, 2006
Subject: Grateful Dead, Great
G.D.is great. i'm so glad to know them, though i'm in china. with no doubts,it's a so wonderful band that born for playing.
Reviewer: NoPebbleTossed - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 31, 2005
Subject: See em live in Tucson!!!
This CD has become one of my favorites to listen too while I'm driving around. So nice to have TDC on a CD in my console. Their cover of the Dylan classic "I Shall Be Released" is inspiring. As good as this CD release is, it's even better to see them play live and in person - there's a certain magic that happens and is difficult to explain.
Reviewer: smi2les - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 19, 2005
Subject: Dancing Bare
Nice adjustment for things yet to come or yet herd. Enjoyed the mix-up mix-up stereo-typo trails. Took in a TDC show 6 weeks ago or so and had a great time. "KEEP ON ROCKIN' IN THE FREE WORLD"

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